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Tata Technologies Unlisted Shares

Engineering Company

About Company:

Tata Technologies Limited is a company in the Tata Group that provides services in engineering and design, product lifecycle management, manufacturing, product development, and IT service management to automotive and aerospace original equipment manufacturers and their suppliers. It is a subsidiary of Tata Motors.

Company Overview

Tata Technologies is a global engineering and product development digital services company focused on fulfilling its mission of helping the world drive, fly, build and farm by enabling manufacturing clients across the automotive, industrial machinery and aerospace verticals realize better products and drive efficiencies in their businesses, leading to the development of products which are better for the end customer, environment and society at large.

Tata Technologies focuses on majorly two lines of business:

a) Engineering, Research and Development (ER&D) services, and

b) Digital Enterprise Solutions which includes offerings in Connected Enterprise IT (CEIT) and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) services and products.

The major industires served by this company includes Automotive, Aerospace and Defence and Industrial Heavy Machinery.

Tata Technologies has a workforce of 7900 employees, worldwide, serving clients from facilities in North America, Europe and APACThe company has 17 global delivery centres.


Name Designation

S. Ramadorai Chairman

Warren Harris CEO & MD

Ramesh Makhija Independent Director

Falguni Nayar Independent Director

Shareholders Pattern

Category of shareholder No. of shares Holding (in %)

Tata Motors Limited 3,03,000,600 72.48 Alpha TC Holdings 37,46,505 8.96 Tata Capital Growth Fund 17,73,253 4.48 Total Motors Finance Ltd 8,11,992 1.94

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Investing Opportunities

Zinnov, a global consulting and advisory firm, has projected that the Global Engineering R&D (ER&D) market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 11% from 2020 to 2023 to reach USD 1.9 trillion.

The Automotive vertical is poised to reach a market value of USD 157 billion by 2023, registering a CAGR of 11%.

The digital vertical is projected to increase from its present value of USD 24 billion to reach USD 32 billion by 2023driven by factors such as electrification, autonomous, connected, contactless and shared mobility.

The IHM vertical is likely to grow at 22% CAGR till 2023, with increased focus on Industry 4.0, remote design, smart servicing and remote sensing.

The Aerospace vertical is likely to grow at 14% CAGR through 2023, especially due to the growing focus

around narrow body, defense products, maintenance, repair, and operations (MRO), and manufacturing engineering

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